Winning lottery ticket worth $10K sold in Queensbury

Winning lottery ticket worth $10K sold in Queensbury

A winning ticket for the Sunday night drawing of the Take Five was sold at the Cobble Pond Farms in Queensbury.Get more news about 彩票包网服务,you can vist

The New York Lottery said the winning ticket was sold at the 532 Aviation Road location and is worth $10,686.50. The winning numbers were 02-10-13-20-21.Four other winning tickets were sold in Amityville, Brooklyn and Riverhead.A New Jersey lottery ticket good for $736,406 was sold in Paramus.

The Jersey Cash 5 ticket from Wednesday's drawing was sold at Paramus Quick & Fresh on Route 17 North.The winning numbers were 02, 08, 09, 20, and 23 and the XTRA number was 04.

The retailer will receive a bonus check for $2,000 for the winning ticket sold.A woman from Iredell County bought a $20 lottery ticket at a Charlotte gas station.

Cynthia Cutting of Statesville won the first $4 million prize playing the new scratch-off game “Millionaire Bucks,” officials with the N.C. Education Lottery announced Monday.

Cutting took home a lump sum of nearly $1.7 million after taxes from the lottery headquarters in Raleigh on Thursday, according to a news release.

Officials said the prize-winning ticket was sold at Times Turnaround, a gas station on West W.T. Harris Boulevard.

At least one other winning ticket was previously sold at the same gas station — a $100,000 Powerball ticket in 2013, The Daily News in Jacksonville reported.

which launched June 2, is a scratch-off game where matching numbers net prizes between $20 and $4 million, according to the Education Lottery’s website. Three of the $4 million prizes have not been claimed, as are five of the $100,000 prizes and 37 of the $10,000 prizes.

The overall odds of winning any of the prizes playing Millionaire Bucks is one in 3.06, the website states. Cutter had a one in 1.35 million chance of winning the top prize.